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mayor will travel to the other city where they will take part of a day of service. >> we cannot get enough of the viewer photos. all of the fans are sending them to us. take a look here. this is little hunter and he is already ready to watch the game. he has little row mote control in his hand. >> what bet tire celebrate this orange october than with pumpkins. about the same size as this pumpkin. seven-month-old kie. >> keep those photos coming. e-mail us directly at photos@ktvu.com. >>> stay with us our live conch begins at 4:30 immediately following this newscast. >>> man as died after being crushed in a workplace accident. about 9:30 this morning at the ports ben e nutter terminal. worker in his earnly 50s was performing maintenance on a crane when he was injured. we just spoke with a cal osha official about ten minutes ago. he tells us the workers chest was crushed and that he suffered a head injury and died later at the hospital. cal osha inspectors are still on the scene right now. looking at the crane and the site of that accident. >>> authorities say that two bodies have bee
. >> the network is also in new york city and other major cities of the country, los angeles, chicago and other places. basically there's been an epidemic of police murder and police brutality and racial profiling across the country. there's been a rise in the number of people in prison. there's 2.5 million in prison. we need to put a stop to this and build a movement that's going to put a stop to this. around this area recently, you can see there's been 7 -- [indiscernable] >> thank you, i understand you'll have some of those family members here today right. >> yes, he'll be here and chapman who is the mother of kenneth harding junior. >> thank you and we will be here and following them as they march through oakland and bring you any updates as we get them. >>> in pittsburgh police are looking for a homicide suspect. the body of a 20 year old man was found lying on the sidewalk near railroad avenue. police are not saying if he had been shot or stabbed. an autopsy is set for tomorrow. a motive or suspect is not yet known but investigators say they are following some leads in a case. a jury is n
francisco police sergeant jerry dar city it was the performance of his lifetime. >> there is not enough words to thank the giants for letting me do it. police officers in the city are so happy. i'm getting accolades and cops from all over the bay area. ♪ land that i love >> i don't know if they are making up for 2010. 2010 i was supposed to sing game six but they didn't make it. >> reporter: the performance at -- >> as soon as you get up to the mic all of a sudden cameras circle around you so you just thinking concentrate on the words and the notes. >> reporter: the tenors performance is -- >> we did a wonderful job. fantastic one. >> he seems like a mellow guy. >> reporter: how does da shy rate his world series performance >> >> i think like any singer, i always think i could have done it better. but i was pleased. and at least nobody is saying that was terrible. [ laughter ] >> reporter: and darcy says he is available for private and police functions. he hopes to perform at the super bowl if san francisco wins that event within the next couple of years. reporting live in san francis
is back at work but his political problems are far from over. sheriff ross mirkarimi returned to city hall this morning. >> are you ready? >> i am ready. >> reporter: sheriff ross mirkarimi's past is loaded with obstacle. there is talk of a campaign to recall him. >> i always expected that may be the case but to me what is important is moving forward, mending fences and i think we should allow civility to be the crime area objective. >> reporter: i think they should wait until the election to have a recall. mayor ed lee would not discuss it. >> reporter: they have not met since he was suspended and they will have to find a way to work together. they agreed sheriff ross mirkarimi should not supervise any programs with domestic violence while he serves a three year probation. >> we need to make sure our public trusts and understands our leadership in these domestic violence programs. >> naturally i take everything step by step and case-by-case. >> reporter: we are told sheriff ross mirkarimi spent his first day back with members of the department and going over briefings, rob roth ktvu chann
to reduce the city's most dangerous earthquake risks. >>> millions dropped, covered, and held on to help prepare for the next big earthquake. >>> the great california shakeout earthquake drill happened at 10:18 this morning. san francisco's mayor and fire and police chiefs were with children at this elementary school. they all ducked during the drill. >> in case anything happens, you have to have some preparation. you have to be ready for things. and that's why we do these drills. we want to practice, practice, and practice. >> reporter: more than 9 million people around our state participated in this drill. you can find more earthquake news on our website, www.ktvu.com. go to the news tab and click on earthquakes. >>> jerry brown was out stumping for votes for the tax measure. >> we're asking not too much. and this proposition 30 is crucial to you but also to us as a state. >> govern brown spoke to 200 students during a rally. the idea behind proposition 30 is to temporarily raise sales taxes by a quarter cent and income taxes on those making more than $250,000 a year. opponents claim t
at -- $700. >> reporter: that man was one of 100 people including 14 in union city caught up in a sting by the contractor's state license board. >> you have -- you have a -- any identification on you? >> reporter: investigators say the 92 people arrested may face one or more charges for contracting without a license, illegal advertising, and requesting an exsessionsive down payment. the state license board said they put homeowners at risk if a worker is hurt on their property and are unfair competition to real licensed contractors. >> also if you fire someone without a license you don't know the job they will do. you don't know the experience and there is little you can do if you have a problem with them. >> you know scam wasn't going through my head. charming and -- maybe i can get the house painted, you know. >> reporter: diane is a retired teacher living in oakland and paid $4,400 to paint her house. instead of a nice new look she was ripped off. shoddy work, the job half done and the feeling she should have known better. >> soup, i mean stupid. >> reporter: the contractor state
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